Ciciley (CC) Moore
Pronouns: she / her
Senior Program Officer (Office of the President), W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Ciciley (CC) Moore, senior program officer for the office of the president at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, leads grant strategies to democratize philanthropy and create conditions for historically excluded communities, families, and children to thrive. She represents the Foundation's president & CEO - managing the president’s fund, stakeholder relationships, board of trustees’ learning and development, and leadership for key domestic and international initiatives and programs. Internally she is a people leader, steering committee member, and member of the RAĺCES Affinity Group.
Ciciley has been part of the foundation since 2016, previously responsible for supporting place-based relationships and strategies on the Michigan team before joining the office of the president as a program officer in 2018. Before joining the foundation, she focused on building inclusive workplaces and cultures of belonging for BIPOC-LGBTQ communities as a DEI leader in business and civic organizations.
Active in the philanthropic sector, Ciciley serves as co-chair of the policy and advocacy committee and funder representative for the Climate Change Participatory Grantmaking Initiative for the Fund for Shared Insight and is a participating member of the Infrastructures Funders Group and Impact Driven Philanthropy funder collaboratives. Locally, as a proud Black Latina, she is a board member of the Latina Network of West Michigan and is co-founder of Black Women Connect GR. Both collectives lift Latina & Black women's leadership through leadership development, cultural belonging, and reclaiming narrative.
Ciciley holds a Master of Business Administration from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Sacramento. Originally from Salinas, California she currently resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with her husband and three children.